Jackson LJ’s report can be found at the Judiciary website and makes for interesting reading. More comment to follow once I have digested it.
Today’s decision in the Tribunal Fees case – R(UNISON) v Lord Chancellor  UKSC 51 – is hugely significant on a number of fronts which I expect to be linking to very soon. However, I am not an employment lawyer and would not dare to tread on erudite toes on constitutional issues. But I do […]